Fast-food employees and labor activists rallied Thursday at a Kansas City Hardee's restaurant, 5615 E. Bannister. They're continuing protests against President Donald Trump's nomination of fast-food mogul Andy Puzder as secretary of labor. Puzder, who opposes minimum wage increases, is CEO of the company that owns Hardee's and other restaurants. Shane Keyser skeyser@kcstar.com
Fast-food employees and labor activists rallied Thursday at a Kansas City Hardee's restaurant, 5615 E. Bannister. They're continuing protests against President Donald Trump's nomination of fast-food mogul Andy Puzder as secretary of labor. Puzder, who opposes minimum wage increases, is CEO of the company that owns Hardee's and other restaurants. Shane Keyser skeyser@kcstar.com

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